And I’m back!

Nothing beats exploring a place as wonderful and magical as Orlando, knowing you’re not putting a dent in your purse. Thankfully, there are tons of great places you can visit in the city without having to break the bank. If you’ve seen my first list of the most affordable attractions in Orlando, here’s the concluding half!

Enjoying Orlando on a Budget – The Most Affordable Attractions in the City in 2024 (Contd.)

Picking off from where we left off:

Five – Crayola Experience Orlando

Location: 8001 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32809

Nothing says “Family Time” like a Crayola Experience Orlando adventure! You can give your little ones a wonderful and memorable experience melting crayons and channeling their inner artists here! The best part is you can spend as long as 8 hours here. And you don’t have to worry about leaving and coming back as you get in and out privileges all day!

Six – Madame Tussauds

Location: 8387 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819

I know I mentioned this attraction in passing in the previous article. However, I genuinely think it’s more than good enough to merit an independent spot on this list. The reason for this is simple. Outside its incredibly affordable fee structure, seeing the 220+ lifelike models in this wax museum was a riveting and life-changing experience for me.

Up until I visited Madame Tussauds, I always felt wax art was a little creepy. Needless to say, seeing movies like Mystery of the Wax Museum and House of Wax (2015) really didn’t help. However, after spending 2 hours exploring World Leaders, Arts & Science, and the various other themed rooms here, I’ve developed a newfound appreciation for this art form. My fear of wax figures isn’t completely gone, but I’m getting there!

Seven – Orlando Sightseeing Tour with Optional Boat Cruise

Location: The Orlando Area

For me, the Orlando Sightseeing Tour with Optional Boat Cruise remains one of the best ways to see a sizable chunk of the city’s natural attractions without having to spend too much. The 7-hour tour takes you across the canals of Winter Park and through the various boutiques on Park Avenue. And every step of the way, you’ll have a seasoned local guide explaining the historical symbolisms of the sights before you.

This tour is a fun and comfortable way of getting a dose of the richness that is Orlando’s culture in 2024.

Eight – Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park

Location: 7625 Sinclair Rd, Kissimmee, FL 32727

Get the bizarre on a budget when you opt for the Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park experience. You get to use swinging logs, ziplines, cargo nets, and various other tools to climb your way to tree tops and become one with nature.

For the more physically active, this is a great way to let off a little steam and refine those muscles. Just because you’re on vacation doesn't mean you can get soft! All necessary climbing and safety equipment are made available on site.

Nine – WonderWorks Orlando

Location: 9086 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819

WonderWorks Orlando checks virtually everything on my list for an enjoyable kids and adults outing.  Beyond the fact the attraction is very reasonably priced, it also offers you a full day of fun and wonders, whether you’re seeing any of its 100+ attractions or stimulating your mind at its upside-down amusement park – the only one of its kind in the city.

The simplicity and charm of this spot is quite appealing to me, and it’s a place that should make your list, even if you’re not on a budget.


Orlando is a beautiful place to be at any time of the year. Now that you know a couple of the most budget-friendly things you can do in the city, you can plan a truly enjoyable trip to this magical place!